Run or Walk
September 11, 2021 at 10 AM Rain/Shine
Lake Phalen Pavilion
1600 Phalen Blvd, St. Paul, MN 55106
You will be able to find something special from a LOCAL MN ARTIST or ETHNIC ART from Uganda and Nigeria, as well as additional donated art pieces.
Bidding opens Sept. 1st. The online auction runs Sept. 1-11th, closing at 10:30 am, at the start of the run.
Bid online from home or browse the items and bid in-person at the JAM Run, before the race begins, from 9:30-10:30 am.
**All Art will be picked up at the JAM Run following the start of the run, 10:30-1:00 pm., at the Lake Phalen Pavilion in St. Paul.
Alternate pick-up date is Sept. 18th, 12-4 pm, at GHI Board members' residence (Nan and Dave Muhovich):
1205 Hawthorne Ave E, Saint Paul, MN 55106
If you are unable to pick up your art on the scheduled dates, we can arrange additional pick-up dates or shipping for you individually. Additional pick-up locations: North Central University in Mpls. or Bethel University in St. Paul. Contact Nan Muhovich for individual pick-up arrangements: text/call 612-805-3086 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Text messages are preferred.
The auction is LIVE! Place your bids:
Together we will fight inequality by restoring communities and equipping leaders across the globe.
Why Global Horizons and why this run?
GHI empowers local, indigenous, and international leaders to make a holistic impact in their communities for over 40 projects around the world and the US. We are rooted in the power of reconciliation and restoration of communities.
With additional funds, we will be able to expand our racial reconciliation training locally and our capacity to serve more projects globally.
GHI provides infrastructure and office administrative support. This gives our projects nonprofit status with accountability, bookkeeping, donation processing, website presence, mentoring, and operational support.
When someone is inspired to start a mission project they don’t have to start from scratch and form their own nonprofit. They can join us as a partner.
Being part of GHI is more than paperwork and transactions; it's relationship. We stand behind our projects and believe in their mission. The GHI staff takes the time to know each project personally, offering coaching, encouragement, and prayer.
Without the burden of administrative work, our partner projects are free to focus their energy on faith and people, out in communities.
Our projects are doing exciting work that's changing lives by fighting inequality, lifting up oppressed communities, breaking cycles of poverty, and sharing faith. They are building schools, planting churches, mentoring children, fighting gender violence, providing access to technology, offering racial reconciliation training and so much more.
How do I get involved?
1. Register for the run.
2. Get sponsors. Ask friends and family to make a donation for your run (we suggest a goal of $50-$100). The top 3 fundraisers win prizes!
3. Follow GHI on Facebook and Instagram. Share our posts to get the word out. (It's a competition)
4. Ask others if they want to join you.
5. Check out the GHI website to learn more about the projects.
6. Pray for the projects.
Register for the Run/Walk
$40 for adults
$20 for students
SPONSOR a runner
Make a donation to sponsor a runner. Enter your donation amount and the runner's name.
WANT MORE INFO
Questions? Please reach out to our
Jam Run Coordinator
Anna Munsterteiger at email@example.com.
We want you to feel comfortable enjoying the fresh air and beautiful Lake Phalen while you participate.
We will abide by social distancing and safety protocols.
Runners will take off in spaced heats.
Sanitizing products will be onsite.
Continue to collect donations thru September 25th.
Winners earn a $25 or $50 DOORDASH gift card!
Focused on "green" farming, they sell grass-fed, all-natural beef. They are able to make deliveries or work out other options for providing beef directly from farm to customer! If interested, please call Tony at 320-223-8315.
METRO SOCIAL SERVICES, INC. (MSSI) is a community service provider with the mission to provide quality and culturally appropriate related services to our clients in the community.
We are one of the largest Multi-Cultural Churches in south Minneapolis. We love to worship God, and have tons of potential for hands-on practical ministry in what is one of the most culturally diverse neighborhoods in the United States.
Adam and Amanda Munsterteiger
Nan and Dave Muhovich
Rodrigues Memorial Fund
Join the club!
We are looking for individuals, churches, and businesses to help sponsor this event.
For more info please contact Anna Munsterteiger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Race Day sign-up at Lake Phalen will also be available!